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Dr Gemma Moss

Gemma Moss

Senior Lecturer in English Literature

School of English

My research explores the politics of aesthetics through music in modernist literature, and I am also currently editing E. M. Forster’s first novel, Where Angels Fear to Tread, for the Cambridge Edition of the Fiction of E. M. Forster.

I completed my AHRC-funded PhD at the University of Manchester in 2015, and had previously taught at the University of Manchester and University of Salford before joining BCU in 2016. I have a First Class BA (Hons) degree in English Literature and an MA (Distinction) in Postcolonial Literature, also from the University of Manchester.

At BCU, I teach twentieth century literature and culture across all levels of study. My teaching is informed by my research interests, which include modernism, gender and sexuality, and Critical Theory.

I welcome enquiries from prospective PhD students interested in any aspect of modernist studies, Critical Theory, or literature (1890 – present) in conjunction with music or gender and sexuality.